Our demographics are changing and significantly impacting our society, including philanthropy and our nonprofit sector. Different generations have different attitudes about giving, but are we thinking differently about our fundraising? The Rome Group’s Philanthropic Landscape 2019, "Generational Changes: Shaping Your Strategies" will help you understand the changes and challenges of the shifting demographic landscape and how to proactively and positively address them.
Because changing times require that you pay even more attention to how your organization needs to adapt, The Rome Group’s annual Philanthropic Landscape focused on managing change. It took place on Thursday, July 26 at the Sheet Metal Workers Grand Hall.
More than 300 people attended The Rome Group's annual Philathropic Landscape event, held at the Sheetmetal Workers Hall. The event featured presentations from Allison Grayson, Director of Policy Development and Analysis, Independent Sector, Washington D.C., and Amy Bluin, executive director of the Missouri Budget Project, as well as a presentation on the results of our annual surveys of nonprofits and funders in the region.